Your local Regional Training Seminar (RTS) will feature a session on 'Coming Financial Changes'.
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A one day interactive introductory course on local council finance with pointers to key legislation and guidance.
Why should you attend?
Who should attend?
Content is adjusted for those courses that take place in Wales.
0930 - 1630*
* This is a one day course. Exact timings will be confirmed when you receive your joining instructions.
About the trainer's
Steve Parkinson has over 30 years of local government finance experience at county, district and town council level, serving as Town Clerk for Alton in Hampshire from 2001 to 2015.
Gwilym Rippon (Wales courses and Chippenham - 9th November)
Gwilym Rippon is a Town Clerk to Kington Town Council in Herefordshire, a clerk to 2 small Parish Councils in Shropshire Bettws y Crwyn and Newcastle and a Clerk to a Community Council in Powys, Abermule (with) Llandyssil Community Council. Previously a Police Officer for 33 years came into the sector by accident but now thoroughly enjoys the work. Is the only Clerk that holds CiLCA England and Wales qualifications. Has attended the University of Gloucestershire and has attained a Certificate of Higher Education in Community Engagement and Governance.
Gwilym wears several hats of the society, those being: Trainer for Wales, Employment support Officer and Deputy Advisor for Wales. He has been elected by Powys Branch to sit on the National Executive Council (NEC) for the SLCC. At the time of writing Gwilym is also a board member of the Institute of Local Council Management (ILCM) and is a member of the Institute. Gwilym is also a member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) and attended his first internal conference in Brussels in June 2014.
"I found the course very helpful. It provided a clear introduction to the finance requirements of managing a parish or town council and there was plenty of opportunity to raise questions and ideas throughout the day. Just one day is not perhaps enough for comprehensive training on Council finance but this course covered all the relevant areas in a constructive and lively manner with some interesting interactive elements to stimulate the attendees". Anon
If your Clerk attends, subsequent bookings for the same course from members of the council may attend at the member rate.
There is not just value in your investment in attending the training course, but these are also great opportunities to network with like-minded individuals and make new contacts.
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* Joining instructions will be sent to you 3 weeks before the event and your invoice will be sent 5 days after the event. We advise that, on receipt of the joining instructions, you are liable for any fees incurred in order to attend the event.
At a similar time you will also be sent a delegate list and joining instructions detailing the venue, parking, trainer and any other details relevant to the course. It is advised not to book your travel until the course is confirmed and you have received your joining instructions.
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